Microsoft Corp. Chairman and Chief Software Architect William (Bill) H. Gates will visit Princeton University on Friday, Oct. 14, to engage students in a discussion about the evolving role of computer technology in today's world. He also will receive the Crystal Tiger award from students for his global leadership. Oct 14, 2005 at Princeton University Length: 1:15:22 Topics: Bill Gates, technology
So you want to be a billionaire? Easy. Just come from a well-connected, eugenics-obsessed elitist insider family and steal, swindle and scam your way to the top. Getting rid of your billions in a way that benefits you and helps to depopulate the earth, howeverâ¦now thatâs the hard part. Join us today as we study the master of billionaire-fueled, eugenics-driven philantrhopy of our times: Bill Gates. Topics: Corbett Report, Bill Gates
Chris and bob are on there first adventure trying to defeat the evil Bill Gates, and his army of paperclips. This is my first Lego film and more will come. I made this film before I discovered stop motion on the web, including brickfilms. Interesting enough the neighbor who never knocks looks just like bob from bluntmation. But he is in no way inspired by the talented Nate Blurr (I believe that is correct) four more films are in post production, so look for moreENJOY P.S this is the full... Topics: chris, bob, bill gates
On location coverage of the annual European Technology Roundtable Exhibition in Madrid, Spain. Guests include Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, analyst Esther Dyson, Netscape founder Jim Clark, Ed Zander of Sun Microsystems, Roel Pieper of Tandem, Michael Rogers of Newsweek, and David Kirkpatrick of Fortune. Originally broadcast in 1995. Topics: europe, madrid, bill gates
Chris and bob are on there first adventure trying to defeat the evil Bill Gates, and his army of paperclips. This is my first Lego film and more will come. I made this film before I discovered stop motion on the web, including brickfilms. Interesting enough the neighbor who never knocks looks just like bob from bluntmation. But he is in no way inspired by the talented Nate Blurr (I believe that is correct) four more films are in post production, so look for moreENJOY Topics: bricktown, chris bob, bill gates
On location coverage of the annual fall Comdex trade show in Las Vegas. Includes highlights of the Bill Gates keynote speech. Features analysis from Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies. Originally broadcast in 1991. Copyright 1991 Stewart Cheifet Productions. Topics: comdex, las vegas, bill gates
This an anti-Microsoft movie, made with Blender 3D, an Open Source program. It is suposed to be stupid. This is saved in MKV format, you might need VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/), MPlayer (http://www.mplayerhq.hu/design7/news.html), or the Matroska Codec (http://www.matroska.org/) Topics: Microsoft, Clippy, Bill Gates, Hell
In this episode, Bill Gates on Twitter, YouTube to stream live sports, my 6 year old has a cell phone, Microsoft competes with Droid and iPhone with Project Pink and we finally learn what happens when you stick a box o wine in a microwave. Topics: bill gates, NY Times, Youtube, Kindle, podcasts
"Billgates Pandit" is not a story of a rich person; neither it's a story of people who wish to be rich and die poor. It is an imagination and experience story about a time-bound character, which is carrying a number of desires and dreams. Topics: Bill Gates Pandit, Mandala Theatre, Nepali Theatre
Redistribution of wealth schemes are always built upon fear, deception and, here’s the kicker, greed. The belief that, “I should have what they have.” http://bit.ly/2ki65tJ Topics: Peter Heck, wealth, evil, greed, Buzzfeed, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates
The June 1996 issue of Next Generation, a US gaming magazine focused on adults and people in the industry. Big stories from this issue include: Bill Gates interview on Microsoft's entry into the gaming market. "Will DVD change the face of videogames?" "What's Microsoft's game?" Best version download: CBR file Link - Next Generation 1996-06 CBR (151 MB) Topics: Next Generation Magazine, NextGen, Next Generation, gaming, Bill Gates
Neste podcast falaremos sobre o serviço novo serviço da Vivo "Chamada patrocinada", novidades sobre a Blackberry, informações a respeito da rede social criada pelo grupo hacker Anonymous e muito mais. Topics: Anonymous, anonysocial, bill gates, claro, vivo, chamada patrocinada
The U.S. sure does love dictators! I don't know if it's because of the torture or the charisma. music by Natashas http://www.archive.org/details/onmp048 Topics: dictators, dictator, Dick, regime, eject, joiner, richer than Bill Gates
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation [1999-10-29].jpg File(s) uploaded by WeiJin Tang (湯偉晉) on [2010-10-29] Topics: Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation
Christoph and Kimber talk about the site, the zombie invasion of a web game, Lemsip and Marmite, Kimya Dawson, Bill Gates' retirement, and other stuff. Topics: randomsalad.com, zombies, lunarwars.net, lemsip, marmite, kimya dawson, bill gates
In this special New York City episode, Johnny records with comedian Lucy Randall and the pair discuss the Emmy nominated Pirates of Silicon Valley. Starring ER's Noah Wyle and Brat Pack alumnus Michael Anthony Hall, this film frames the early history of Apple and Microsoft as a Shakespearean standoff between two greats. Come for the film criticism, stay for the creaks and bumps that accompany recording in an NYC apartment! Pulp: the Podcast Based on a True Story is a weekly podcast discussing... Topics: pirates of silicon valley, bill gates, steve jobs
In our final show on the European Technology Roundtable and Exhibition in Rome we wrap up what leaders in the technology field envision for the future. Topics: Episode year: 2002, Companies: Microsoft, People: Bill Gates, Conferences: ETRE
An up close and personal profile of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Includes comments by John Gage, Sun Microsystems; David Kirkpatrick, Fortune Magazine; Tony Perkins, Red Herring; Mitchell Kertzman, Liberate Technologies; Alex Vieux, Dasar. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Episode Year: 1998, Television Programs, Computers: History, bill gates, microsoft
so for the last week this is all I heard the President taklk about like these millionaires and billionaires' were the worst of all people in he world so here is the song .. hope you get the joke and share with your friends Topics: politics, millionaires and billionaires', Bill Gates, Spanky Woods, Taxes, President Obama, Comedy,...
Head to the website at radiofreeg.blogspot.com and see a BRAND NEW GRAPHIC that SHOULD be the Vista logo â this lets you know EXACTLY what you are getting with an âupgradeâ to Windows Vista. We take Vista to task and try to come up with any solution as to why Microsoft would do some of the truly silly things they did when coding this flaming turd of a stinking rotting corpse of a software package. Also, we announce the first two blogs that participated in a link exchange program for 2008.... Topics: RadioFreeG, Radio, Free, g, Episode, Vista, BlogRush, link exchange, Windows, Bill Gates
Nuevo Chatarra, esta vez traemos un trasto retro, uno modernillo y una biografía. En el repaso al pasado, hablamos de la Zapper, la mítica pistola de nuestra NES y claro, no se puede hablar de ella sin comentar el Duck Hunt y el perro que se rie de nosotros. Java despotrica un poco sobre una de sus últimas adquisiciones Ezcast y no sale muy bien parado la verdad. Y por último os acercamos, o lo intentamos al menos, la persona de Bill Gates, de como empezó con Micro-Soft y como levanto un... Topics: Nes, Zapper, pistola, duck hunt, Ezcast, chromecast, Microsoft, Windows, MSDos, Bill Gates, Piratas...
Andrew Zarian gets Paul Thurrotts thoughts on Microsoft naming enterprise chief Satya Nadella as it's new CEO. Is Satya Nadella the right person for the job? Paul also has some thoughts on Bill Gates stepping down as chairman and Steve Ballmer's legacy at Microsoft. Google releases an SDK for Chromecast, opening up development of Chromecast to everyone. Will open development for Chromecast help bring gaming to Chromecast? Facebook turns 10 years old. What impact has Facebook had on society? And... Topics: technology, microsoft, steve ballmer, bill gates, satya nadella, google, chromecast, facebook,...
The second annual Computer Bowl with East coast versus West coast to determine the Master of Computer Trivia. West coast team: John Doerr, Bill Gates, Stewart Alsop, Charles House, Lawrence Tesler. East coast team: Pat McGovern, Bob Frankston, William Foster, Edward Friedkin, Russell Planjizer. Guest questioner: Mitchell Kapor. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1990. Copyright 1990 Stewart Cheifet Productions. Topics: Episode Year: 1990, Television Programs, Computers: History, Computer Bowl, Bill Gates
A plunge into the neo-primitive. The scene is Karlsborg, Sweden. A friend shows his age old computer, a PC, while Mira, the daughter of the guests of the house, is busy designing Apples new Mighty Mouse. The whole shebang ends into an even more mysterious dive into the deepest realms of neo-mediterreanean consiousness. Watch out for the reference to Longhorn. Topics: Karlsborg, egyptian, Apple, microsoft, PC, bill gates, steve jobs, mighty mouse, computer,...
The conclusion of the third annual Computer Bowl contest, held as a fund-raiser for the Computer Museum of Boston. The game pits a team from the east coast against a squad from the west coast to see who knows more about computer trivia. Contestants include John Markoff, Dave House, Ed Juge, Pamela McCorduck, Heidi Roizen, and Philippe Kahn. The judges are John Doerr and Pat McGovern. The questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet. The event occurred at the San Jose Convention Center.... Topics: Episode Year: 1991, Television Programs, Computers: History, Computer Bowl, Bill Gates
In this podcast Tom Egelhoff explains three reasons your small business will fail and how to avoid them. Tom covers "forced discipline," "bad associations," and "your vision of the future." All of these things can bring down the best run businesses. You can listen in on Tom's podcasts live each week from the studios of AM 1450 KMMS Radio in Bozeman, MT. If you missed any of Tom's previous podcasts you can find them all on one page at his web site Small Town... Topics: small business help, business building, associations, discipline, vision, bill gates, tom egelhoff,...
The conclusion of the sixth annual Computer Bowl trivia game between high tech types from the east coast and the west coast. This was the All Star edition with MVPs selected from the first five Computer Bowl games. Contestants included Bill Gates, Bill Joy, Mitch Kapor, Bob Frankston, Neil Colvin, and Pamela McCorduck. The questioners were Andy Grove and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast from San Jose in 1994. Copyright 1994 Stewart Cheifet Productions. Topics: Episode Year: 1994, Television Programs, Computers: History, Computer Bowl, Bill Gates, San Jose
We were saddened to learn that Dr. Ed Roberts -- aka "the father of the personal computer" -- died of pneumonia on April 1 of this year. He was 68. In 1975 Roberts designed the MITS Altair 8800, arguably the world's first personal computer. It was a runaway success at the time, selling around 6,000 units in kit form at $395 each. More importantly, the Altair launched the personal computer revolution (and played a major role in the formation of Microsoft). Earlier today, I spoke with... Topics: Ed Roberts, Forrest Mims, Altair, MITS, Make, Bill Gates, Paul Allen, Personal Computer History
Bob Zeidman – Was Microsoft built from stolen goods? A forensic analysis of DOS and CP/M. A presentation at Vintage Computer Festival West XI on August 6, 2016. Topics: CP/M, MS-DOS, Microsoft, computer history, Vintage Computer Festival, Gary Kidall, Bill Gates
This week, we talk about a $999 4K TV, Windows 10, what Bill Gates thinks about Apple Pay and Shane's experience with fitness belts. Topics: Technology, Computers, 4K, TV, Television, Windows 10, Bill Gates, Apple Pay, Fitness belts
The sixth annual Computer Bowl contest pitting East coast techies against West coast nerds to see who knows more about computer trivia. West coast team: Bill Gates, Bill Joy, Jeffery Kalb, David Liddle, Harry Saal. East coast team: Mitchell Kapor, Bob Frankston, Pamela McCorduck, David Nelson, Neil Colvin. Guest quesetioner: Andy Grove. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1994. Copyright 1994 Stewart Cheifet Productions. favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Episode Year: 1994, Television Programs, Computers: History, Computer Bowl, Bill Gates
The conclusion of the fourth annual Computer Bowl contest in which techies from the east coast and the west coast challenge each other to see who knows more about computer trivia. Participants include John Warnock, John Shock, Heidi Roizen, Pamela McCorduck, Andy Rappaport, and Bill Machrone. The event took place in Boston. The questioners are Bill Gates and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1992. Copyright 1992 Stewart Cheifet Productions. Topics: Episode Year: 1992, Television Programs, Computers: History, Computer Bowl, Bill Gates, Boston